{AD/REVIEW} Working On Your Pelvic Floor After Childbirth With Perifit

One of the first things the health visitors ask you, a few days after giving birth is "Have you started doing your pelvic floor exercises?" Truth is, it's the last thing you want to do after having a baby, and probably something that is forgotten from then on.

It's something that's rarely discussed but it's something many of us suffer with. Weakened pelvic floors and stress incontinence is very common, particularly after giving birth. My mum and I used to joke about how we couldn't go on trampolines anymore, and we'd have to cross our legs tightly if we sneezed or coughed!

Health visitors, Doctors and Midwives always remind you to do your pelvic floor exercises, but I don't remember a single time when anyone has actually explained exactly what it was or how to do it! Luckily Perifit have created a fantastic kegel exercises that shows you exactly what you should be doing and how to exercise those all important muscles!

No more struggling if you aren't sure what you're supposed to be doing! The Perifit pelvic floor trainer comes with a complimentary app, which I personally think is a stroke of genius. Particularly in this day and age when everyone stores everything on their phones. The Perifit App guides you through doing the exercises, allows you to select different training programs based on your needs and it enables you to track your progress throughout.


Did I mention it involves playing games on your phone? With many different games to choose from, you play the games using the exerciser to control it. You literally play games by contracting your pelvic floor muscles, it's such a fantastic idea. 

Generally speaking, exercising your pelvic floor isn't something that's high on many people's list of priorities, as it's boring! But using Perifit stops it feeling like such a chore, and makes working on your pelvic floor, fun!

Strengthening your pelvic floor can have a huge range of benefits in your life, from calming an overactive bladder, to stress incontinence, postpartum recovery and your intimate wellbeing.

It's never too late to start!

This post was sponsored but I did not receive monetary compensation. I received these products to review. All opinions are my own.

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